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Three bean salad is a staple dish served at every church potluck I’ve ever attended.
When I was growing up I can remember my church having potluck suppers quite often. You can bet your bottom dollar that there would be at least two bowls of three bean salad on the table. One of them was typically made by my grandmother. I’d always choose grandma’s over the others. Anyway, I found a delicious recipe for three bean salad on the Melady Cooks food blog and it reminds me so much of my grandma’s!
The longer you let this salad marinate the more pickled the beans become and I LOVE that!
Wouldn’t it be grand to get the details on how to make this lovely recipe? Welp, hop on over to the next page for a list of ingredients and instructions. Yum!
Recipe and image courtesy of Melady Cooks.
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Quick Tip: Feel free to make this with yellow or Vidalia onions.